My Favorite Face Masks

When choosing a face mask for sensitive skin it is best to get something more soothing than exfoliating. For me I have found a few different masks that are gentle on the skin but also see some sizeable results.

Overall Favorite: Aztec Clay Mask

I love this face mask because it really gets in deep and extracts a lot from the skin without irritation. Test this one out first though since it does use apple cider vinegar as a base and that may irritate some skin types. This is probably the most aggressive product I’ve used but doesn’t give me any irritation. You can buy it here on Amazon and the Apple Cider Vinegar here.

*Pro Tip: This face mask can also be used for detoxing armpits! If you are looking to switch to natural deodorant this face mask can be used to detox your armpits before with no irritation.

Best Sheet Masks: Burt’s Bees

Burt’s Bees make my favorite face masks because they are very gentle but also super hydrating. My top choice would be the Brightening Gel Face Mask because it really gives the skin a glow. Whenever your skin seems dull and needs some brightening this is the mask to try. I also like to keep it in my fridge and put it on cold! You can buy a six pack on Amazon or at Target.

Best Peel Mask: The Body Shop Vitamin C Glow-Revealing Liquid Peel

This is a life changer! I use this liquid peel once a week and it gets rid of everything on your face. It’s the perfect way to exfoliate without the irritation and harsh particles in it. It also makes the skin super smooth after getting rid of all the dead skin. I buy it here on Amazon.

–Always treat your skin with love, Sara–

Disclosure: Bear in mind that some of the links in this post are affiliate links and if you go through them to make a purchase I will earn a commission. Keep in mind that I link these companies and their products because of their quality and not because of the commission I receive from your purchases. The decision is yours, and whether or not you decide to buy something is completely up to you.

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